The Epistles of Saint Paul and Rudolf Steiner’s Philosophy of Freedom
Insights into Pauline thought and the emergence of conscience. Friedrich Hiebel adds the Grail motif to his consideration of John’s Gospel as it sheds light on the Pauline striving for knowledge. Topics include: Pauline Christianity and the Emergence of Conscience; The Event of Damascus; The First and the Last Adam; Divine Sonship as the Birth of the New Man; The Old and the New Covenant; The Way to Freedom; Love in the Act of Free Knowledge; The Second Coming of Christ; The Theory of Knowledge on a Pauline Basis, and the Further Development of Conscience; and The Lance of Longinus: The Grail Motif in St. John’s Gospel.
About the Author
Friedrich Hiebel first met Rudolf Steiner for the first time when he was 18 years old. He earned a doctorate in German literature, history, and comparative linguistics and taught at Waldorf schools in Europe and the United States, as well as at several U.S. universities. Dr. Hiebel is the author of many books and essays, including The Gospel of Hellas and Time of Decision with Rudolf Steiner.
Alan Howard was a teacher in public and Waldorf schools in England for about 35 years and editor of Child and Man, a magazine for Waldorf education in Great Britain. He emigrated to Canada to help found the first Waldorf school in Toronto. After retiring from teaching, he relocated to Vancouver and wrote for anthroposophical journals and lectured for the Anthroposophical Society throughout North America.